Community E-Forum, The Pittsburgh Foundation’s new blog, is for everyone who shares our mission to make this community a better place for us all.
At The Pittsburgh Foundation, we plan to develop a more interactive, transparent, and collaborative relationship with our donors and the community at large. We will offer up the Foundation as the ‘go-to’ resource for philanthropy in our region. We will strengthen partnerships with funding organizations and community leaders around issues that are pivotal to Pittsburgh’s future.
We look forward to hearing from you.
Guide to Commenting
We invite you to add your comments. We want to hear from our community and encourage an honest exchange of constructive ideas, perspectives, and information. We expect, and require, that the comments be civil and that you do not post material that you know is inaccurate, false, or confidential.
Your comments will not be screened or edited before they appear on our blog. We will, however, monitor and review the postings. We reserve the right to remove any comment that the community considers to be abusive or the staff at The Pittsburgh Foundation determines is inappropriate or offensive.
You must not post comments that contain personal attacks, obscenity, vulgarity, profanity, or ethnic or racial slurs; language that threatens, harasses, or encourages illegal or criminal acts; material that is defamatory, libelous, or infringes on a copyright or trademark; solicitations or advertisements for any purpose; and impersonations of anyone.
You will be required to provide your first and last name when you register as a user. Your real name will not be published unless you specifically do so. A Display Name that you choose will appear with your posting. You also will be required to provide an e-mail address to allow our staff to contact you, should that be necessary.
We also reserve the right to ban users whose online behavior is abusive and violates these terms. Users will be notified by e-mail that their accounts have been canceled.
The content you provide becomes the property of The Pittsburgh Foundation, and has sole discretion over its use. Once it appears on our blog, it will become available to search engines such as Google and Yahoo.
The Pittsburgh Foundation is not responsible for any content that is posted on this blog.